Our enemy Jorge Sedano of ESPN joins us. He namedrops a bunch of famous athletes while hijacking our show, Gianni doesn’t have the guts to say the HEAT will make the playoffs, and Leif and Sedano get into it about Culture vs. Process.
Giancarlo Navas, Brian Goins and Nekias Duncan welcomed Chris Axmann of the Almighty Baller Podcast Network. We make the case for Spoach of the Year, Gianni acts like a nerd…again, and Dion Waiters did what to our mothers? All of this—including the glorious tirade of Dion Waiters and child bearers—will be aired on Dash Radio under the “Almighty Baller Radio” channel. Stay tuned for more details.
Be excited and hopeful about the future, because this organization has given you absolutely zero reasons not to. #TrustTheCulture, because it has proven to be stronger than any other “process” ever has.
It’s hard to attribute all of the HEAT’s success to Okaro White, but since signing with Miami on Jan. 17, he’s added an invaluable boost off the bench on both ends of the floor—even filling in as a backup center. Here’s some stats and film to prove it.
A little less than three weeks ago, the Miami HEAT were on the fast track to a top-three pick in the NBA lottery. They were 11-30, injury-riddled, and visibly fluttering as the season seemed to be quickly slipping away. Now, the Heat are riding a nine-game winning streak and are within striking distance of the eighth seed in the East.
The ultimate #OfCourse is happening; Miami has inexplicably won five straight games and for whatever reason, Dion Waiters has been leading the charge. He’s been absolute flames on offense and a menace defensively. What is the secret behind this great stretch?
In this edition of The Heat Beat Podcast, we welcomed Cat Fuentes (560 WQAM) to join Giancarlo Navas (for a few minutes), Alf, Brian Goins and Alex Toledo in discussions that involve:
• Miami HEAT trade possibilities for Hassan Whiteside and Goran Dragic
• We diminish Gianni’s garbage Tyler Johnson hot takes
• Are HEAT fans rooting for #TankSZN?
• LeBron trading his boys for Kyle Korver
• We bring back our #MHBMailbag segment
• We name some players to watch in this year’s NBA Draft
In this edition of The Heat Beat Podcast, we welcomed Tom D’Angelo (Palm Beach Post) to join Giancarlo Navas, Harrison Cytryn, Brian Goins and Christian Hernandez in discussions that involve:
• Tom tells Pat Riley stories
• We discuss potential trades Miami might pursue
• The guys have full with small samples
• A look back at Craig Sager’s carrer
• James Johnson at the five talk
… and so much more